|Brenda H (#48257463)|
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My maiden name is Lauer. I grew up on a farm at Flush Kansas. I've been interested in genealogy for years. I try to link as many family members as possible, parent's, spouse's and children. Some of my family were the first settlers at Flush KS coming from Luxembourg, Germany, & France. |
I want my memorials to be correct, so please let me know if you find an error!
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|Sue||Fr. Colman Farrell|
I got your note about where you say he was from but I took his obit info off of St. Benedicts sight. Who is right?
Added by Sue on Jul 24, 2014 8:39 AM
|GLC||RE: Barbara Schmitt Lintz|
The copy of the book at the Kansas Historical Society Library at the Museum goes thru 2010. On page 32 it lists
Barbara Lintz 1833 - 1891, Louis Lintz 1865 - 1870, Joseph Lintz 1873 - 1875 and Lena Lintz 1875 - 1877.
Barbara Schmitt the daughter of Philip Schmitt from Kniersheim, Alsace was married to Louis Lintz. To this union were born Michael,Lucy, Katherine and Rose ( Mrs. Frank Eckart ). Lucy never married and is buried here with her mother, having died in 1895. Louis Lintz is buried in Scipio, Kansas. Also buried with their mothe are Louis, Joseph and Lena Lintz.
Louis Lintz 1835 - 1913 in Scipio, KS
find-agrave # 113576136
Pages 209 - 211 have the obituaries of the Lintz
in St. Joseph Cemetary.
Happy Hunting GLC
Added by GLC on Jul 09, 2014 3:38 PM
|GLC||RE: Barbara Schmitt Lintz|
The reply I tried to send from my e-mail came back unsent. So I'll try to reply here. On the information that I have, I list Louis Lintz as buried at St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery in Flush, as is Barbara. I see that he is not there on the Find-A-Grave site. It was several years ago that I visited the cemetery at Flush. ( Way before I found the Find-A-Grave site. ) Without a revisit to the cemetary, I don't know why I listed him at Flush. There is a book that lists the burials at St. Joseph's, and has obituaries - I beleive that the library at the history museum in Topeka has a copy.
Sorry I'm not more helpful, GLC
Added by GLC on Jul 08, 2014 6:10 PM
|James and Sharon Cissell||RE: Mary Iron Cedar LeClair|
Did I ever answer this question? JIC: Sorry but we don't know the details of his death.
Grace is next to Fred. In the original photo, there was only a smaller plaque for Fred, and 2 bolts to the right for a future plaque for Grace. The old, smaller plaque for Fred has been replaced with a newer, longer plaque for both Fred and Grace.
Added by Keith on May 27, 2014 6:48 PM
I couldn't find an obit for Grace, but I did find one for Fred, and I have it on the memorial. Grace does have a memorial at the same cemetery where Fred is buried (I have linked her to Fred). I'll drive there and confirm that the grave is there, but it may take several weeks.
Added by Keith on May 08, 2014 10:37 PM
|Heidi Paugh||Annie Laird|
I made the corrections and added her maiden name into the system. Thanks for the updates!! :-)
|David Haspert||RE: Mary Lux Ingenthron|
Thank you for updating Mary and Albert's memorials, adding their marriage date, and linking them both to their parents. - Dave
|Pamela Baughman||Phebe Hatfield|
Brenda, I can't find her out at Maple Grove. I am puzzled by the record that indicates that she and her husband Andrew died in the same year and that she was buried at Maple Grove and he at Sunset in Manhattan. I'll bet she's somewhere at Sunset. There aren't any other Hatfields at Maple Grove. Did they farm out there by Lecompton? I realize the burial record is from a mortuary book and I'll try to access that, just for the sake of checking lots, etc., and she might be there without a stone or with a very badly worn stone (several of THOSE). Her daughter, Emeline Brubaker, is in Sunset, I think, which increases the likelihood that both of them (Andrew and Phebe) were buried at Sunset. Dang.
|Ellie Sparks||Jesse Rickstrew|
Brenda, thanks for the links to the parents.
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